trying to get the best bang for the buck can & OBDll scan tool Deluke $69 vs professional $89

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Asked by Jan 20, 2014 at 07:00 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

out of the two both seem to have same features but are worded differently also
professional one may have a x-tra feature Deluke has a higher star review.anyone have
prior knowledge on these 2.tired of takeing cars & trucks in for codes & trouble
shooting.Sure could use some help ???

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You'll want the one that reads CAN as well as plain OBD II systems. Beginning 2008 CAN has been mandated. Some GMs as early as 2006 use it. It's a faster "language" than older, conventional OBD II scan tools, like mine for example, can read. In the long run you'll be better off. HTH. -Jim

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I tend to shy away from the cheap ones, at the minimum get one that has "live data" capabilities, you won't be sorry you spent a little extra.

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